Spinach Lemonade Juice

By: Kelly - Nosh and Nourish

This is a good juice to try if you have a lot of extra leftover spinach that is about to go bad, or if it’s on super sale at the grocery store… it uses 8 cups!

This juice is sweetened naturally with the addition of a pear and a couple of granny smith apples. But, if you like your lemonade really sweet you could add in a couple drizzles of stevia into your glass at the end.  But, I prefer it with all the lemon-y goodness shining through!

I just love how green and refreshing this juice is, even on a winter’s day.  You could even add a yellow bell pepper if you had one lying around.

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  • 8 cups (250 g) spinach
  • 2  lemons
  • 1⁄2  cucumber
  • 1   pear
  • 2   granny smith apples


  1. Wash all produce well.
  2. Peel lemons and core apples.
  3. Juice everything.
  4. Add a splash of all natural sweetener like stevia if you want to tame the sour/lemon flavor a bit.  (optional).
  5. Serve and enjoy.

Servings: 1

  • Nutrition per serving:

Yields and nutritional information are estimated and will vary depending on produce size and equipment used.

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Kelly - Nosh and Nourish

Kelly is the author of the healthy living blog “Nosh and Nourish.” Struggling with her weight for her entire adult life, she finally decided life was too short to live perpetually unhappy. She started with a 15 day Classic Reboot and has lost over 55 pounds, maintaining her "new normal" of veggie juices, smaller portions, and less sugar for over a year. She is a wife/helper to an amazing man and the mother of the cutest toddler you've ever seen, lovingly referred to as “Babycakes.” On the blog she shares easy, healthy recipes and fitness ideas using an honest, personal approach that inspires and motivates. She gives you real life strategies to live a happy healthy life... no sugar added. Follow her on Twitter@noshandnourish.

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